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Does rice commercialisation in Mngeta, Kilombero, Tanzania impact livelihoods?

Introduction Rice is Tanzania’s third most important staple crop, after maize and cassava. It is produced by more than 1 million agricultural households and involves many more actors and service… Read More

Welcome

Welcome to the Centre for Gender Studies website. This is the ultimate destination and hub for the gender based academic, research, debates and discussions. The Center for Gender Studies (CGS)… Read More

Centre background

The Centre for Gender Studies (CGS) was established in the prospective College of Social Sciences and Humanities (CSSH) following the university wide restructuring processes in 2015.The Centre’s overall aim is… Read More

Our Contacts

The coordinator, Centre for Gender Studies, College of Social Sciences and Humanities. P.O. Box 3035. CHUO KIKUU Morogoro. Read More

Programmes

The Centre organizes and coordinates gender based research, debates and workshops: Currently the Centre is engaged in the following activities; 1. Sensitization and promotion of science subjects and career development… Read More

Events and activities

The Centre has accomplished the following activities. The Centre has organized open seminar on, “Farm Women and the Pursuit of Empowerment: Cases from the U.S. and France.” The role of… Read More

Welcome to the Centre for Gender Studies website. This is the ultimate destination and hub for the gender based academic, research, debates and discussions. The Center for Gender Studies (CGS) was established in the prospective College of Social Sciences and Humanities (CSSH) following the university wide restructuring processes.

The center aims at creating an intellectual locus for gender focused research, teaching and academic debates related to gender equality. The center also organises and coordinates gender debates of both national and international interests as well as linking up with national and international gender affiliate people, institutions and organisations in order to strengthen the capacity of students and researchers to respond to the gender related challenges in development issues.

The centre, among other things is engaged in conducting; academic research in gender issues, short course training as well as offering non degree gender related courses (Certificate and Diploma) that will start in the near future.

J.N. Jeckoniah (PhD)

The Coordinator CGS.